Rabbits are small mammals who have been loved for ages. They’ve been around since the stone age until now and have interacted a lot with people.
Are you into wildlife? Because I’m quite fawn of you, my deer. Would you mind reading this deer-ly written blog post about a deer? I’m sure you’ll have fawn. Continue reading
Also known as the Mekong river dolphins or the Mahakham river dolphins, the Irrawaddy river dolphins (Orcaella brevirostris) can be found in parts of Southeast Asia: Indonesia, Continue reading
The gharial, once estimated to have existed in the thousands, has now been declared critically endangered with only less than 235 alive today. That’s a decline of 98% experienced in just three generations. Continue reading
I’m one of these uncommon people who has spent most of their lives in foreign countries, surrounded by different people and cultures.
When I was young, I didn’t really have problems with this but as I grew older and my adolescence began, my unreasonable resentment toward everything grew more and more. It was not an easy challenge for me to go through, and it completely changed the way I viewed the world.
I remember screaming with every ounce of air in my lungs as my uncle and I dropped from a 30-meter height on a turquoise swing somewhere on one of the islands of Malaysia.
I remember biting my nails—or what was left of them—while my second-grade teacher was announcing the victors of the hard-fought math test; I was one of them.
I remember staring at streaks of water on the airplane window, heartbroken, thinking about the beautiful girl I saw and how I would never see her smile ever again.
I used to have many more classmates, more teachers, and larger classrooms. Thalun International School is tiny compared to my former school, Yangon Academy. I am very thankful to my former school for teaching me a life lesson; bigger doesn’t always mean, better. Hahaha. I’m laughing at my old introverted self, lol. HAHAHAHA.
Everyone changes. So do I.